West with the Night - Book 4, Chapter 24, The Sea Will Take Small Pride Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 24, The Sea Will Take Small Pride Summary and Analysis

Beryl boarded a boat to return home to Africa with a folder full of articles and letters about her flight. Beryl arrived in New York and later in London after her flight and found she had become a celebrity. The only thing to take the shine from her newfound fame was the death of Tom Black. Tom had been killed during her historic flight. Tom was preparing for another air race when an RAF bomber hit his plane. The plane was gone as well. Carberry sold it to a man who allowed it to deteriorate.

This chapter simply brings an end to the story of Beryl Markham up to this point in her life. Beryl returned home to show her father the wonderful thing she had done...

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